Many people have heard about the law of attraction. Many have learned about it by watching the movie “The Secret” whilst others just have read books or listened to audios about this topic. It is a popular concept, especially on self improvement and new age online communities.
The Law of Attraction states that you attract whatever you give your focus, energy or attention to. The outcome can be desirable or undesirable. You need to find ways to keep the outcome desirable. You may live out all your dreams, desires and wishes by applying powerful law of attraction success tips.
I’m about a fifth of the way through reading the main Cosmic Ordering report and it’s just reminded me why I stopped watching the news on television and dramatically cut my news intake.
For about the last 3 years I’ve only had a small dose of news – the magazine The Week which takes me about 45 minutes to read and, if it’s “in season”, the UK television show Have I Got News For You.
One of the tracks that comes with the Quantum Cookbook is a law of attraction manifestation exercise. This is a guided exercise to help manifesting good things into your life.
Whilst you can do this kind of manifesting exercise from a book, I find it easier to be guided through the process, leaving my mind free from other distractions. Sometimes I’ll use a pen and paper to write down the things I want to manifest, other times I’ll use a Word document. A lot depends on the mood I’m in – I’ve not personally noticed much difference in results that I could attribute to the different methods of writing down what are effectively my goals.
So, what’s in the Quantum Cookbook law of attraction manifestation exercise?
OK, this is day one of me putting the law of attraction into action.
I did a shortlist in my previous post and I spent some time yesterday and today going over the various things I’ve considered.
I also went back over some of the notes I made in various Word documents at the time. I do that a lot, even though I rarely go back and “revise” my notes – as much as anything, it’s the process of putting pen to paper or nowadays moving electrons around on hard drives. It crystalises my thoughts.
I’ve been following the law of attraction for some time but have had mixed results.
I’ve read the Science of Getting Rich, watched The Secret, worked my way through over half of Rhona Byrne’s book The Magic but stalled, got part way through The Quantum Cookbook but not followed it up, etc, etc, etc.
I know that the law of attraction works but – to date – haven’t been able to reliably put it into practice.
So I’ve decided to journal my progress…
The law of attraction is a principle based on the “like attracts like” theory.
It states that if someone focuses on negative and positive thoughts, both negative and positive results can be obtained.
Although corresponding results may be produced based on the law of attraction, there is still no scientific evidence that specifically supports this law. Besides this argument, many people have claimed to have success based on the laws of attraction. Let’s take a look at certain facts which may make it seem that the secret law of attraction probably work in reality… Continue reading
The brain and food consumption are directly related through hormones. Hormones are essentially chemicals in the body that circulate through the blood stream until they signal a change to the brain and body. The hypothalamus is the central communication hub that coordinates the uptake and release of these chemicals.
Food itself can be catalyst to induce hunger. The smell, look or taste of favorite foods have been associated with the release these chemicals in the brain. Hormones associated with weight gain are: Continue reading
As the name suggests, calm visualization is simply the act of mentally picturing yourself while relaxed of course, in a safer and peaceful environment. This sort of visualization has a calming effect especially for someone who is stressed or suffering from anxiety. During this act, both the body and mind become relaxed and any worries or anxieties simply take a back seat and you therefore become a happier person.
The ideal setting for calm visualization
People believe they can tell whether your outlook on life and your attitude towards yourself and others are positive or negative by asking you the simple time-old cliché question: “Is your glass half-empty or half-full?”.
Your answer can be merely reflective of your attitude that particular moment as it can convey your overall stance on everything surrounding you. generally “half-full” reveals a positive and optimistic persona while “half-emty” communicates a pessimistic and gloomy one, however if you answer “My glass is broken” or “There is no water in my glass” then, you are definitely the catastrophizing type of person.
When you are lost and confused on which route you should take while driving and you stop to make a few quick thinking decisions, your brain is processing all the options available to you and determines the best solution available to you. The human brain is divided into two parts(Right and left). Both of them have their own functions. The left side of the human brain takes care of the thought processing, analytical considerations and logical sequencing. The right side of the human brain helps out with the innovative thought making and looking at the brighter picture. Both of these parts form together the whole brain and both of these parts play a great role in the process.